Apr 6th, 2017

Back when the original Zelda launched in 1987, it wasn’t perfect. That’s right, the original Legend of Zelda wasn’t perfect. It had a typo.

The Zelda typo was a mistake in the spelling of “peninsula”, where players are told that the “Eastmost penninsula is the secret”. Of course, there’s one too many “n” in the original spelling of the word.

But for the NES Classic version of the game, Nintendo finally fixed the typo, as Twitter used Mato discovered.

Sure it took them 30 years to fix the Zelda typo, but it’s proof that Nintendo still cares about their old games, fixing them 30 years after they were originally released.

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